Pahang is the home to many waterfalls, mountains, islands and beaches. Come experience these natural wonders at its best.
To many, Pahang is the core of traditional Malay delicacies. Experience unique food that can satisfy and challenge your taste buds.
History & Heritage
The royal town of Pekan, the abandoned Iron Ore mines or the Mesolithic archaeological site. Where should we start?
Pahang For Everyone
What People Have to Say
Hear what people have to say about about Pahang.
Pahang is the third largest state in Malaysia, after Sarawak and Sabah, and the largest in Peninsular Malaysia. It has the longest river in Peninsular Malaysia the Pahang River), and by far the most ethnically diverse state on the East Coast, with a large Malay majority but quite a substantial Chinese presence in cities, towns and some rural areas, some Indians, and the largest number of Orang Asli (aboriginal people) in any state on the peninsula.
While not nearly half as famous as the other states in Malaysia, Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, is the perfect choice if you wish to kick back and experience a vacation slightly off the beaten track.